Daily Mail

A farmer who owns Nazi cows has been forced to reduce his herd because the super-aggressive breed tried to kill his staff.

The once-extinct Aurochs were brought back to life by Adolf Hitler’s scientists in the 1930s after officially dying out 4,000 years ago.

They arrived in Britain for the first time in 2009 when farmer Derek Gow imported 13 ‘Heck’ cattle from Belgium to his Upcott Grange Farm in Lifton, Devon. It was the first time the creatures had set foot on British soil since the Bronze Age.

But Mr Gow, 49, has now been forced to get rid of seven of the cows as he could not handle their ‘incredibly aggressive’ nature.

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